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Advanced Japanese Studies - JAPND13402

Plan Summary

 
Faculty: ARTSC - Faculty of Arts&Social Science
 
  
   
 
Program: 3402 - Media and Communications
 
 
Award(s):
 
 
Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) (Major)
 
  

Plan Outline

This plan only applies to students who commenced their degree program before 2009.

The Japanese Studies plan offers students a range of Japanese language and non-language based courses, including courses in Japanese cultural studies and professional language. The plan has a flexible entry-point policy, which allows students to enrol in the language program that builds on their existing language skills.

Plan Structure

A major stream in Japanese Studies comprises 42 units of credit made up as follows:
(1) 24 units of credit or more from Japanese language core courses;
(2) 12 units of credit from ARTS6704, ARS6715, ARTS6716 and ARTS6718
(3) 6 units of credit from ARTS2632 or ARTS2633
(4) the remaining units of credit to be from Culture and Professional Language Elective courses.

Placement Information

Students who wish to enrol in a language course without completing the necessary prerequisites are required to complete an online placement application form before the commencement of the semester. For more information, please see the School website.

For students admitted in their first year of study to JAPN2000 / ARTS2630 or higher on the grounds of ability and/or previous study, such courses will be counted as Level 1 courses in terms of degree requirements.

LOTE

Those pursuing a LOTE qualification in the BABEd program should take 36UOC from Language core courses as well as ARTS2633

Core Language Courses

*ARTS3630 is the lowest level of requirement as a starting course in this plan. Depending on a placement assessment, students may start at a higher level.

Culture and Professional Language Courses

Core Courses

Electives

Honours

Honours level study is available in Japanese Studies. Students interested in Honours should refer to the Honours plan record for entry requirements.

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